Your morning roundup for June 7, the day Anna Kournikova turns 30. (Yes, only.)
What we watched: Not at all what we were expecting, because what we were expecting was blood. After Burrows's bite and the Canucks' complete outclassing of the Bruins in the first two games, we expected a chippy game 3. And just five minutes in, after Aaron Rome traded his series eligibility for Nathan Horton's health, we expected a Boston massacre. Vancouver essentially traded a physical-yet-unskilled defenseman for the Bruins' second-leading scorer, and they would make that trade any day. The TD Garden was ready for retribution, or maybe a lynching. It was about to get ugly.